The Elder Scrolls Online is available on PC
The Elder Scrolls Online can not be played without constant online access. This could be due to security reasons or because of the nature of the gameplay
The Elder Scrolls Online can not be played without first activating the game online. Once activated the game may be playable offline. If our Online Only button is also highlighted then you will need constant online access
The Elder Scrolls Online is intiailly released as a download. It is usually an expansion pack so check to see if you need a main game before getting this. The Elder Scrolls Online may be released in the shops at a later stage
Many of us at GD Towers have played either Dungeons and Dragons, Neverwinter Nights, or both, and generally enjoyed them immensely.
It was wonderful luck when we got a chance at the beta for Neverwinter, the upcoming MMO. Not only is our Preview available here, but we have the Neverwinter System Requirements just for you...
Neverwinter Minimum System Requirements
OS: Windows XP
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E4400 2.0GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+
RAM: 1GB System Memory
GPU: Nvidia GeForce 6800 or ATI Radeon X850 GT
DX: Direct x 9
HDD: 8 GB Free Hard Drive Space
Neverwinter Recommended System Requirements
OS: Windows 7 32bit
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 2.8GHz or AMD Phenom II X2 550
RAM: 2GB System Memory
GPU: Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS or Radeon HD 2900 VR
DX: Direct x 9
Being an MMORPG, the game of course does need a broadband internet connection. The requirements aren't too strict for an up and coming game, but some older PC's may struggle.
Neverwinter is based on the 4th Edition rules for Dungeons and Dragons, which although somewhat maligned as part of a tabletop RPG setting, seem to work wonders in the MMO industry. We've been playing the game in the latest closed Beta, so head over to the Neverwinter Preview to see what we thought!
Are you interested in a new MMO? What do you think will make you pick this over The Elder Scrolls Online?
Welcome. From this page you can submit a personal benchmark to GD. Once approved by GD admin everyone can search for your bench results here. The more results the more we all learn.
There are lots of free benchmark tools that test parts of your PC. Select a Type in the form to the right, then select a Tool and then select a Test. You will see a weblink appear beside your selection. Click this link to get the benchmark Tool. Try NovaBench for an all in one benchmark that is only 12Mb to download.
Run your choosen Benchmark Tool on your PC, using the benchmark tool's default setting. Take a screenshot displaying the benchmark score and information displaying your rig and submit that to us.